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The everything Martin Luther King Jr. book : the struggle, the dream, the legacy/, Jessica McElrath ; foreword by Dale P. Andrews

Label
The everything Martin Luther King Jr. book : the struggle, the dream, the legacy/
Title
The everything Martin Luther King Jr. book
Title remainder
the struggle, the dream, the legacy/
Statement of responsibility
Jessica McElrath ; foreword by Dale P. Andrews
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
DLC
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McElrath, Jessica
Dewey number
  • 323.092
  • B
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.97.K5
LC item number
M355 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1961-2017
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Andrews, Dale P.
Series statement
Everything series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • King, Martin Luther
  • King, Martin Luther
  • African Americans
  • Civil rights workers
  • Baptists
  • African Americans
  • Civil rights movements
  • United States
Target audience
adult
Label
The everything Martin Luther King Jr. book : the struggle, the dream, the legacy/, Jessica McElrath ; foreword by Dale P. Andrews
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-293) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • 89
  • Dealing with Fame
  • 90
  • Experiencing Freedom in Ghana
  • 91
  • Prayer Pilgrimage in Washington, D.C.
  • 92
  • Taking the Movement to the White House
  • 94
  • Crusade for Citizenship
  • Economic Opportunities
  • 96
  • Meeting with President Eisenhower
  • 97
  • 8
  • Life-Changing Experiences
  • 99
  • King's Most Difficult Job
  • 100
  • Unexpected Obstacle: The Stabbing
  • 101
  • 7
  • Exploring India: Gandhi's Country
  • 103
  • Leaving Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
  • 105
  • Moving the Family to Atlanta
  • 107
  • Trial for Falsifying Tax Returns
  • 107
  • 9
  • Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy
  • Importance of the Church
  • 111
  • Meeting with Senator Kennedy
  • 112
  • JFK on Civil Rights
  • 113
  • Arrested for Sit-In Protests
  • 114
  • Jail Time for King
  • 117
  • Support from President Kennedy
  • 9
  • 118
  • Release from Jail
  • 119
  • Supporting the Freedom Rides
  • 120
  • Meeting with President Kennedy
  • 124
  • 10
  • Civil Rights Movement in Albany
  • 125
  • Early Civil Rights Movement
  • Segregation in Albany
  • 126
  • Inviting Martin Luther King to Albany
  • 128
  • Jailed for Parading Without a Permit
  • 129
  • Truce and Its Failing
  • 130
  • Martin Luther King's Trial
  • 133
  • 10
  • Protest in Albany Resumed
  • 135
  • Failure in Albany
  • 137
  • 11
  • Success in Birmingham
  • 139
  • Segregation in Birmingham
  • 140
  • Project C: The Protest Campaign
  • 2
  • 142
  • Facing Resentment from the Community
  • 144
  • MLK and Fifty Protestors Arrested
  • 145
  • Letter from Birmingham Jail
  • 147
  • Police Violence
  • 149
  • Winning Birmingham
  • Early Life
  • 152
  • Community Upheaval
  • 154
  • 12
  • March on Washington
  • 157
  • A Protest for Jobs and Freedom
  • 158
  • Organizing the March
  • 160
  • 15
  • Significance of the Lincoln Memorial
  • 163
  • Participants
  • 165
  • Speech: "I Have a Dream"
  • 166
  • Nation Was Watching
  • 169
  • 13
  • Politics
  • 1
  • Growing up in Atlanta
  • 171
  • Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing
  • 172
  • Assassination of John F. Kennedy
  • 174
  • President Lyndon B. Johnson and Civil Rights
  • 175
  • Influencing the Passage of the Civil Rights Act
  • 176
  • Opposition to the Presidential Candidate Barry Goldwater
  • 16
  • 181
  • Testimony Before the Democratic Convention
  • 182
  • Winning the Nobel Peace Prize
  • 183
  • 14
  • Winning the Vote in Selma
  • 187
  • Disenfranchisement of Selma's Blacks
  • 188
  • King's Parents
  • King's Personal Weakness Threatens the Movement
  • 189
  • Gaining Momentum in Selma
  • 190
  • Meeting with Vice President Humphrey
  • 193
  • Bloody Sunday
  • 194
  • Leading the March to Edmund Pettus Bridge
  • 197
  • 17
  • Victorious March to Montgomery
  • 199
  • Passage of the Voting Rights Act
  • 200
  • 15
  • Taking Nonviolent Resistance to Chicago
  • 201
  • Northern Ghettos
  • 202
  • Choosing Chicago
  • Primary and Secondary Education
  • 203
  • Opposition to the Vietnam War
  • 204
  • Organizing the Campaign
  • 206
  • Moving the Family to Chicago
  • 208
  • Chicago Freedom Movement
  • 208
  • Nonviolent Resistance under Attack
  • 20
  • 210
  • Chicago Riot
  • 211
  • Summit Agreement
  • 212
  • 16
  • Black Power and the Mississippi March
  • 217
  • James Meredith Shot
  • 218
  • Influence of the Church and Religion
  • Continuing the March
  • 218
  • Ideological Division Within the Movement
  • 220
  • King on Black Power
  • 222
  • Black Power Garners National Attention
  • 225
  • SNCC Splits the Movement
  • 226
  • 20
  • 17
  • Beyond Civil Rights: Seeking Economic Equality
  • 229
  • Overcoming Disillusionment with the Movement
  • 230
  • Renewing Opposition to the Vietnam War
  • 230
  • King on Economic Inequality
  • 233
  • Poor People's Campaign
  • Experiencing Segregation
  • 234
  • King's Leadership Attacked from All Sides
  • 237
  • Supporting the Memphis Sanitation Workers on Strike
  • 238
  • King's Last Speech: "I've Been to the Mountaintop"
  • 241
  • King's Assassination in Memphis
  • 242
  • A Lone Assassin or a Conspiracy?
  • 21
  • 243
  • 18
  • Other Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement
  • 245
  • A. Philip Randolph
  • 246
  • Bayard Rustin
  • 247
  • Ralph Abernathy
  • 250
  • African-American Life in the South
  • Off to College
  • Ella Baker
  • 252
  • Malcolm X
  • 253
  • Stokely Carmichael
  • 256
  • 19
  • King's Personal Life
  • 259
  • Life on the Road
  • 23
  • 260
  • Fighting Depression
  • 263
  • King's and Coretta's Marriage
  • 265
  • Allegations of Extramarital Affairs
  • 266
  • King's Financial Support of the Movement
  • 270
  • Plagiarism Uncovered
  • 3
  • 271
  • 20
  • Martin Luther King's Legacy
  • 273
  • Impact on Society
  • 274
  • King the Theologian
  • 277
  • King's Legacy Continues: The Poor People's Campaign
  • 280
  • Early Philosophical Exploration
  • Coretta Continues King's Legacy
  • 282
  • Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial
  • 284
  • Has His Dream Been Fulfilled?
  • 284
  • 27
  • Questioning Christianity
  • 28
  • Studying for the Ministry
  • 29
  • Studying the Great Theologians
  • 1
  • 33
  • Sin and Man
  • 36
  • Exploring Communism and Capitalism
  • 36
  • Church and the Individual
  • 38
  • 4
  • Nonviolent Resistance
  • 39
  • Aftermath of Slavery
  • Henry David Thoreau's View on Civil Disobedience
  • 40
  • Thoreau's Influence on King
  • 41
  • Gandhi's Example
  • 42
  • Niebuhr on Nonviolent Resistance
  • 47
  • King's Interpretation
  • 49
  • 2
  • 5
  • Work, School, and Family Life
  • 55
  • Graduate Studies at Boston University
  • 56
  • Strengthening Philosophical Viewpoints
  • 58
  • Falling in Love with Coretta Scott
  • 60
  • Searching for a Purpose
  • Jim Crow Laws
  • 63
  • Becoming Pastor at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
  • 65
  • Settling into Life in Montgomery
  • 67
  • 6
  • Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • 69
  • Moving to the Back of the Bus
  • 70
  • 4
  • Rosa Parks's Arrest
  • 72
  • Bus Boycott
  • 74
  • Big Speech
  • 76
  • Taking Charge of the Bus Boycott
  • 77
  • First Arrest
  • 78
  • African Americans and Education
  • Death Threats Begin
  • 78
  • Bus Desegregation
  • 80
  • 7
  • Civil Rights Movement Organized
  • 85
  • Montgomery Bombings
  • 86
  • Creating the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Control code
ocn163603678
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 302 pages
Isbn
9781598695281
Lccn
2007030987
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
323.092 K585MC ; P ; XX-N ; SA ; C0801BT2(ED).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 163603678
  • (Sirsi) 163603678
  • (OCoLC)163603678
Label
The everything Martin Luther King Jr. book : the struggle, the dream, the legacy/, Jessica McElrath ; foreword by Dale P. Andrews
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-293) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • 89
  • Dealing with Fame
  • 90
  • Experiencing Freedom in Ghana
  • 91
  • Prayer Pilgrimage in Washington, D.C.
  • 92
  • Taking the Movement to the White House
  • 94
  • Crusade for Citizenship
  • Economic Opportunities
  • 96
  • Meeting with President Eisenhower
  • 97
  • 8
  • Life-Changing Experiences
  • 99
  • King's Most Difficult Job
  • 100
  • Unexpected Obstacle: The Stabbing
  • 101
  • 7
  • Exploring India: Gandhi's Country
  • 103
  • Leaving Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
  • 105
  • Moving the Family to Atlanta
  • 107
  • Trial for Falsifying Tax Returns
  • 107
  • 9
  • Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy
  • Importance of the Church
  • 111
  • Meeting with Senator Kennedy
  • 112
  • JFK on Civil Rights
  • 113
  • Arrested for Sit-In Protests
  • 114
  • Jail Time for King
  • 117
  • Support from President Kennedy
  • 9
  • 118
  • Release from Jail
  • 119
  • Supporting the Freedom Rides
  • 120
  • Meeting with President Kennedy
  • 124
  • 10
  • Civil Rights Movement in Albany
  • 125
  • Early Civil Rights Movement
  • Segregation in Albany
  • 126
  • Inviting Martin Luther King to Albany
  • 128
  • Jailed for Parading Without a Permit
  • 129
  • Truce and Its Failing
  • 130
  • Martin Luther King's Trial
  • 133
  • 10
  • Protest in Albany Resumed
  • 135
  • Failure in Albany
  • 137
  • 11
  • Success in Birmingham
  • 139
  • Segregation in Birmingham
  • 140
  • Project C: The Protest Campaign
  • 2
  • 142
  • Facing Resentment from the Community
  • 144
  • MLK and Fifty Protestors Arrested
  • 145
  • Letter from Birmingham Jail
  • 147
  • Police Violence
  • 149
  • Winning Birmingham
  • Early Life
  • 152
  • Community Upheaval
  • 154
  • 12
  • March on Washington
  • 157
  • A Protest for Jobs and Freedom
  • 158
  • Organizing the March
  • 160
  • 15
  • Significance of the Lincoln Memorial
  • 163
  • Participants
  • 165
  • Speech: "I Have a Dream"
  • 166
  • Nation Was Watching
  • 169
  • 13
  • Politics
  • 1
  • Growing up in Atlanta
  • 171
  • Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing
  • 172
  • Assassination of John F. Kennedy
  • 174
  • President Lyndon B. Johnson and Civil Rights
  • 175
  • Influencing the Passage of the Civil Rights Act
  • 176
  • Opposition to the Presidential Candidate Barry Goldwater
  • 16
  • 181
  • Testimony Before the Democratic Convention
  • 182
  • Winning the Nobel Peace Prize
  • 183
  • 14
  • Winning the Vote in Selma
  • 187
  • Disenfranchisement of Selma's Blacks
  • 188
  • King's Parents
  • King's Personal Weakness Threatens the Movement
  • 189
  • Gaining Momentum in Selma
  • 190
  • Meeting with Vice President Humphrey
  • 193
  • Bloody Sunday
  • 194
  • Leading the March to Edmund Pettus Bridge
  • 197
  • 17
  • Victorious March to Montgomery
  • 199
  • Passage of the Voting Rights Act
  • 200
  • 15
  • Taking Nonviolent Resistance to Chicago
  • 201
  • Northern Ghettos
  • 202
  • Choosing Chicago
  • Primary and Secondary Education
  • 203
  • Opposition to the Vietnam War
  • 204
  • Organizing the Campaign
  • 206
  • Moving the Family to Chicago
  • 208
  • Chicago Freedom Movement
  • 208
  • Nonviolent Resistance under Attack
  • 20
  • 210
  • Chicago Riot
  • 211
  • Summit Agreement
  • 212
  • 16
  • Black Power and the Mississippi March
  • 217
  • James Meredith Shot
  • 218
  • Influence of the Church and Religion
  • Continuing the March
  • 218
  • Ideological Division Within the Movement
  • 220
  • King on Black Power
  • 222
  • Black Power Garners National Attention
  • 225
  • SNCC Splits the Movement
  • 226
  • 20
  • 17
  • Beyond Civil Rights: Seeking Economic Equality
  • 229
  • Overcoming Disillusionment with the Movement
  • 230
  • Renewing Opposition to the Vietnam War
  • 230
  • King on Economic Inequality
  • 233
  • Poor People's Campaign
  • Experiencing Segregation
  • 234
  • King's Leadership Attacked from All Sides
  • 237
  • Supporting the Memphis Sanitation Workers on Strike
  • 238
  • King's Last Speech: "I've Been to the Mountaintop"
  • 241
  • King's Assassination in Memphis
  • 242
  • A Lone Assassin or a Conspiracy?
  • 21
  • 243
  • 18
  • Other Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement
  • 245
  • A. Philip Randolph
  • 246
  • Bayard Rustin
  • 247
  • Ralph Abernathy
  • 250
  • African-American Life in the South
  • Off to College
  • Ella Baker
  • 252
  • Malcolm X
  • 253
  • Stokely Carmichael
  • 256
  • 19
  • King's Personal Life
  • 259
  • Life on the Road
  • 23
  • 260
  • Fighting Depression
  • 263
  • King's and Coretta's Marriage
  • 265
  • Allegations of Extramarital Affairs
  • 266
  • King's Financial Support of the Movement
  • 270
  • Plagiarism Uncovered
  • 3
  • 271
  • 20
  • Martin Luther King's Legacy
  • 273
  • Impact on Society
  • 274
  • King the Theologian
  • 277
  • King's Legacy Continues: The Poor People's Campaign
  • 280
  • Early Philosophical Exploration
  • Coretta Continues King's Legacy
  • 282
  • Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial
  • 284
  • Has His Dream Been Fulfilled?
  • 284
  • 27
  • Questioning Christianity
  • 28
  • Studying for the Ministry
  • 29
  • Studying the Great Theologians
  • 1
  • 33
  • Sin and Man
  • 36
  • Exploring Communism and Capitalism
  • 36
  • Church and the Individual
  • 38
  • 4
  • Nonviolent Resistance
  • 39
  • Aftermath of Slavery
  • Henry David Thoreau's View on Civil Disobedience
  • 40
  • Thoreau's Influence on King
  • 41
  • Gandhi's Example
  • 42
  • Niebuhr on Nonviolent Resistance
  • 47
  • King's Interpretation
  • 49
  • 2
  • 5
  • Work, School, and Family Life
  • 55
  • Graduate Studies at Boston University
  • 56
  • Strengthening Philosophical Viewpoints
  • 58
  • Falling in Love with Coretta Scott
  • 60
  • Searching for a Purpose
  • Jim Crow Laws
  • 63
  • Becoming Pastor at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
  • 65
  • Settling into Life in Montgomery
  • 67
  • 6
  • Montgomery Bus Boycott
  • 69
  • Moving to the Back of the Bus
  • 70
  • 4
  • Rosa Parks's Arrest
  • 72
  • Bus Boycott
  • 74
  • Big Speech
  • 76
  • Taking Charge of the Bus Boycott
  • 77
  • First Arrest
  • 78
  • African Americans and Education
  • Death Threats Begin
  • 78
  • Bus Desegregation
  • 80
  • 7
  • Civil Rights Movement Organized
  • 85
  • Montgomery Bombings
  • 86
  • Creating the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Control code
ocn163603678
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 302 pages
Isbn
9781598695281
Lccn
2007030987
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
323.092 K585MC ; P ; XX-N ; SA ; C0801BT2(ED).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 163603678
  • (Sirsi) 163603678
  • (OCoLC)163603678

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